According to the World Bank, the central government debt of the United States was 76.8% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2010, which makes the United States rank fourteenth out of sixty countries ranked in that category. Japan ranks first, with a central government debt of 175.0% of that country’s GDP.
According to the World Resources Institute, in 2003 there were 662,000 mechanical agricultural harvesters in use in the United States, or 15.6% of the world’s total harvesters, which was enough to make the United States rank second in that category. Japan ranked first, with 1,042,000 harvesters, or 24.5% of the world’s mechanical harvesters.
According to FAOStat, in 2008 the producer price for garlic in the United States was $961.00 per tonne, which makes the United States rank forty-eighth in that category. Japan ranks first, with a producer cost of $16,021.80 per tonne.